REVIEWED BY Micky Barnard
Blue-Eyed Devil by Lisa Kleypas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Kleypas has clearly demonstrated her prowess in contemporary writing as well as historical. This second book of the series followed the addictiveness of the second half of book one; I delved in and couldn’t stop.
There’s a strong connection to some of the characters from book one and it completely worked for me. There was some difficult material in this book that was discomforting to read but real and tangible. Kleypas respectfully explored this difficult subject matter and the character restoration was welcome, enjoyable reading.
This book is oozing with sexual chemistry between the lead characters and I pretty much melted at the understanding the lead male had for Haven (I’m not saying his name for those who haven’t read book one, this could be a spoiler). Nevertheless, when they were together, it was explosive. The lead male is all alpha, but he’s been around the block and he’s not all about asserting this tendency; I loved that.
“He had a touch of the bruiser.”
This series is proving to be fantastic and I am desperate to get my hands on book three and four.
Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.